Chanel's wardrobe is recreated in creative way

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Chanel’s wardrobe is recreated in creative way

Written by By Emilie Agudong, CNN It’s a scene that would go viral — a ballet star dancing beneath a vintage silk curtain, completely transformed into the bombshell that’s come to be known as…

The non-stop pleasure of OnlyFans Norfolk

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The non-stop pleasure of OnlyFans Norfolk

Pure concept art as art. Photograph: Esteban Oriol/EPA Allow us to introduce you to OnlyFans.com, a nudist bookshop that has just popped up in Norwich. It is chic, thoughtful and non-pretentious – all the…

Qsuite airline suitcases: The one expense only pets qualify for

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Qsuite airline suitcases: The one expense only pets qualify for

Written by By Erin Trester, CNN Two years ago, Hong Kong Airways introduced a new policy restricting passengers’ pets to being onboard their flights. What was once a pet must-have on the airline’s ultra-premium…

Hangover-inspired fatalities continue as car fails to deploy

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Hangover-inspired fatalities continue as car fails to deploy

The crash that killed actress Halyna Hutchins, which left Alec Baldwin and his wife Hilaria Baldwin as the only survivors, occurred after her airbag deployed because of faulty software. On July 7, Hutchins’ mother,…

What is the Facebook cost of an eating disorder?

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What is the Facebook cost of an eating disorder?

While websites and social media can help create support communities and make these disorders more prominent, in some ways they can be even more difficult to research than individual clinic diagnoses. Research scientist Willem…

Martin Landau, star of ‘Titanic,’ dies at 89

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Martin Landau, star of ‘Titanic,’ dies at 89

Updated 7:05 p.m. ET. Oscar-nominated actor Martin Landau has publicly addressed the days prior to his untimely death in Hollywood, saying, he was concerned about the safety of his fellow cast and crew on…

Breastfeeding reduces memory and learning, study shows

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Breastfeeding reduces memory and learning, study shows

Feeding young children may decrease their risk of developing cognitive impairment later in life, according to a new study published online by Neurology. Despite efforts to educate and encourage mothers to breastfeed, breast milk…